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Browne: Come clean about state of economy
Posted: Sunday, November 13, 2016

Cops release teen mom who kept dead baby for months
The La Brea teenager who kept the skeletal remains of an eight-month-old infant in her house and her three relatives are no longer in police custody.

Prisoners can turn their lives around and use their talents to build the society that sent them to jail for crimes they are now repenting from, and in turn society must forgive and grant them a second chance.

Kamla: Khan's wife recipient of HDC millions
“Grasping at straws." This is how Energy Minister Franklin Khan described allegations made by the Opposition Leader that his wife's company was the recipient of $55 million in contracts from the Housing Development Corporation (HDC).

Opposition Leader hits 'incompetent' Govt
OPPOSITION Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar has described reports of this country's economic decline as “disturbing” and says this “incompetent” Government is “running the country into the ground”.

Browne: Come clean about state of economy
Former minister in the Ministry of Finance Mariano Browne says Finance Minister Colm Imbert has been very quiet and not saying “what the real scenario is” regarding the state of the economy.

Economist: It will get worse
A senior University of the West Indies (The UWI) economics lecturer is predicting worse-than-expected contraction of the local economy this year of -3 to -3.5 per cent.

...Unemployment rate increasing

Jack, Afra want critical examination of land deal
Former cabinet member of the People's Partnership Jack Warner is calling for an investigation into the Eden Gardens land transaction.

Ramdeen names: John, Lall among those being sued by Govt
Former managing director of the Housing Development Corporation (HDC) Jearlean John and former HDC chairman Henckle Lall are among eight officials and entities that the Attorney General Faris Al- Rawi has commenced legal action against, according to documents from attorney Gerald Ramdeen.

SRP held for robbing Chinese businessman
A Special Reserve Police Constable assigned to the San Juan Substation was detained on Friday and is in Police custody in connection with the larceny of $400,000 from a Chinese businessman.

Caribbean legislators stunned by Trump win

Anti-Trump protests continue
DEMONSTRATORS gathered again yesterday in cities across the United States to protest against President-elect Donald Trump

Tough times for Trump

'Trump may be impeached'
With protests against the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States expected to have entered their fourth night in cities across the country last night, a “predictions” professor who called his victory, now says he likely faces impeachment.

Mom wants missing daughter home for Christmas

NACTA: Low turnout in local polls
HIGH voter apathy in the November 28 Local Government Election is being predicted by opinion pollsters, the North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA), but with the Peoples National Movement (PNM) likely to have an edge over the United National Congress (UNC) in motivating voter turnout.

Burglary at Courts in Sando
OFFICERS of the Southern Division are investigating a burglary at Courts Furniture Store, San Fernando which was broken into and $80,000 worth of electronic items stolen.

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